A rather promising article for speed freaks:
The article explains a better engineered liquid cooling system
that is small enough and efficient enough to be used in...
I'd much prefer a more modular approach to the video upgrade solution. Replacing the mobo and integrated chips would be a nice option to have, but is overkill for the most part.
When your wish list includes more than 1 or 2 component...
Course I guess you could have them put in a new processor and stuff while they are at it.
Exactly! $600 parts + $200 labor + $50 shipping is a far cry from a new laptop.
I'd definately be interested if the...
Now that sounds like a plan!
I could keep the excellent chassis and peripherals,
and upgrade the processor, vidcard, and sound all at once!
It probably would be expensive, and with newer, larger screens
coming out, it might not be a...
Okay, even if you patch together a pair of old USB cables,
you're still going to need connection sharing software of some kind for 2 reasons:
1) you have to convince Win98 that the USB device/cable to your laptop is a network...
I strongly doubt that Win2K will 'up and die' in 2004.
I don't have a source for this, but I suspect what you're referring to is that Microsoft will no longer support Win2K after 2004... meaning you can't call Microsoft tech support...
Originally posted by f1ipm0dsqd
unstable??.. ive got DX9 and m9 6255 drivers since Monday..
well.. i benched it. ive got the same scores on 3dMark..
I tried the 6255 drivers from s-seven. They installed...
Originally posted by PCTORQUE
It may sound extreme, but I would just format and reload the OS. I usually do it when I have a confusing software glitch that that would take more time to try and figure out than a fresh...